TRAGIC UPDATE: IT HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO MY ATTENTION THAT VERNECE BROWN HAS BEEN FOUND DECEASED. HUMAN REMAINS HAVE BEEN FOUND AND HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED AS HERS. PRAYERS FOR HER FAMILY!
Find missing Vernece Brown
She left her home to be with an unidentified male
On Valentine’s Day!
She has met him on the Internet.
And she has never been seen again.
Where is Vernice Brown?
Find Missing Vernece Brown!
Find missing Vernece Brown! Vernece Brown was last seen at her home. It is located in the 3600 block of Bales Ave on the east side of Kansas City, Missouri. Vernece has been missing since February 14, 2018. Vernece left with an older unidentified male that she had just met on social media. Vernece Brown is an African-American female. She is 18 years old. Vernece is described as 5’6″ tall and 120 pounds. Her hair is brown and her eyes are brown. Vernece’s hair had been dyed burgundy. Her nose is pierced, and she has tattoos on her neck and chest.
Find Missing Vernece Brown Brown!
Vernece Brown has been missing for almost a month. When she left home to be with home, she was 18 years old. Thus she is no longer seen as an underage minor. So it’s unclear how the police are handling her disappearance. But though she is legally an adult and “of age,” Vernece has a brain that is still developing. If Vernece is living with her parents they especially have the right to know she is safe. And there is no way she can be presumed safe with an unknown male. There are person (s) with information. They need to be reached. Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Vernece Brown? Do you have information about the Person (s) responsible for her disappearance? If you have any information, please contact the please contact KCPD Missing Persons Unit at (816) 234-5136. Or you can contact Crime Stoppers at (816) 474-TIPS (8477). If you see Vernece Brown, call 9-1-1 immediately!
TRAGIC UPDATE: Human remains have been identified as Vernece Brown. Click here and learn more.
Vernece Brown had left to be with this unknown male on Valentine’s Day. Click here and learn more.
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